I’m interested in collecting old images of electroculture experiments. Here are some historical photos and illustrations that I’ve found so far:
In the next series are some photographs and illustrations showing side-by-side effects on vegetables.
I planning on adding more as I find them.
I find it really cool that this ‘technology’ has been around since the mid 1700’s. It’s a shame that it fell out of mainstream so long ago. If the stimulation of gardens and farms had results like these, why did it fall out of favor? What do you think?
Electroculture by Mons. Justin Christofleau, Alex. Trouchet & Son, Perth, Australia, 1927.